SLAT enriches JBA leaders’ understanding of America’s Airfield

New commanders and Air Force District of Washington-led Airfield Sync Board (ASB) voting members gain visual awareness and understanding of the current status and major projects on the flightline known as “America’s Airfield” during the first Senior Leader Airfield Tour (SLAT) at Joint Base Andrews, Md., Aug. 26, 2021. SLAT, a joint venture between the 316th Wing and 89th Airlift Wing, is a guided tour led by subject matter experts (SMEs) from JBA’s joint partners. The ASB addresses common operational issues, coordinates plans, manages resources and makes recommendations to ensure the airfield continues to meet current and future mission requirements. “America’s Airfield” is a 2,000 acre, dual runway, $3 billion strategic and diplomatic airfield that connects all 24 of JBA’s mission partners. (Courtesy photo)

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